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FCA to Invest $4.5 Billion to Expand Michigan Production, Including New Detroit Plant
FCA will invest a whopping $4.5 billion in assembly, building a new plant in Detroit and adding production at five existing Michigan manufacturing facilities
Brett T. EvansMay 23, 2019
Truck Trend Network news
Chevrolet Adds 6.2L V-8 to More Silverado Models for 2020
Chevrolet is adding a V-8 engine option to its 2020 Silverado models. Chevrolet will add an optional 6.2L V-8 to the Trail Boss and RST trim levels, joining the LTZ and High Country, both of which have offered the bigger eight since the truck was redesigned for 2020. The V-8 engine will produce 420 hp
Shaun OchsnerMay 23, 2019
Truck Trend features
First Drive: 2020 Kia Telluride
The trendy winter-ski/summer-festival town of Telluride, Colorado, population roughly 2,500, looks like a former mining town because it is. Nestled in a canyon surrounded by forested mountains and cliffs and weathered ruins of old mining operations, it once yielded deposits of zinc, lead, copper, silver, and gold. Its impressive Historic District, one of Colorado’s 20
Gary WitzenburgMay 22, 2019
Truck Trend features
Truck Trend Shop Class: All About CAN Bus
Today’s passenger vehicles can utilize about 70 onboard computers (ECUs, actuators, and so forth). So let’s consider this group an extended family, and just like any family, communication means a lot. All members rely on each other, and without talking back and forth and exchanging information, a family can become dysfunctional. The need for a
Alex SteeleMay 22, 2019
Truck Trend features
Daily Driven: 2018 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid
Haters, don’t fire up that typewriter just yet. We know the current Acura MDX has been on sale since the 2014 model year, and it’s probably overdue for a total redesign like its little brother, the RDX. But the MDX still acquits itself incredibly well, matching newer competitors jab for jab. Among its aces are
Brett T. EvansMay 22, 2019
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2001 to 2010 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500HD Coilover Conversion: Part 1
What once was old is now becoming cool again. Music from the 1980s, clothes from the 1990s, and trucks from the early 2000s. Well, at least that’s how it’s going in our world. New trucks are expensive, and if you want to modify them at all, the price tag shoots up to levels that our
Jason GondermanMay 22, 2019
Truckin features
2019 Chevy Silverado- Cajun Red
The story of how Jermaine Yates met Jake McKiddie of Phat Phabz began around 10 years ago. During that time, Jermaine was in Colorado visiting friends when the inevitable happened to his ’bagged daily driver Dodge Dakota: The shock mounts broke off from the frame, making the ride unbearable. Through the grapevine, he heard about
Grant CoxMay 22, 2019
Truck Trend features
How It’s Built: GMC’s CarbonPro Truck Bed
A pickup truck bed is the last place many people expect to find cool engineering and high-tech hardware. Hey, it’s rectangular and you toss all sorts of tools and gear inside it, case closed. Except GMC is throwing a wrench in the works and attempting to change truck buyers’ perceptions when it comes to truck
Nick KurczewskiMay 21, 2019
Truck Trend features
First Drive: Honda Rugged Open Air Vehicle (ROAV) Concept
We expected the Honda Rugged Open Air Vehicle (ROAV) concept to shake, fold and reform its red and black panels into a human-shaped robot then stomp off to fight crime. It would be a good guy, we think. After all, it’s Honda, known for safety and radio commercials about community service. While it turns out
Elana ScherrMay 21, 2019
Truck Trend Network news
Rivian Brings R1T to Overland Expo West
Rivian brought the first-ever electric vehicle to Overland Expo West over the weekend. Attendees of the expo had a chance to see the R1T pickup truck up close. Why is Rivian targeting the overland market? Rivian’s vehicles are quiet and produce zero emissions. The truck has a 400-mile range. Its torque provides optimal performance on
Shaun OchsnerMay 21, 2019
Truck Trend Network news
2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Gets Adaptive Cruise Control, Expanded 10-Speed Auto
The 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 is getting slight updates to make it more competitive against the Ford F-150 and Ram 1500, including adaptive cruise control available for the first time on a GM pickup. One of our complaints about the 2019 Sierra 1500 was its relative lack of driver-assist and safety technologies, even on well-equipped
Brett T. EvansMay 20, 2019
Truckin how to
Project Rebirth 1971 Suburban Part 2: Stopping with Style
If you read last month’s issue of Truckin, you know Project 71 BRBN is underway. The nearly five-decades-old Chevrolet has undoubtedly seen its share of good roads and bad during its lifetime. Now, it has modern suspension components underneath to handle all future travels courtesy of QA1 and CPP. This month, we bring you once
Bryan FrossMay 20, 2019
Diesel Power features
Particulate Matters: Center Stage
There’s a lot happening right now! Busy times, for sure. I’m running the road like a mad man (i.e. traveling and pursuing all things diesel, of course), and, as I write this, I’m coming down from an awesome experience I had that until one week before Ultimate Callout Challenge 2019 wasn’t anywhere close to being
K.J. JonesMay 20, 2019
Diesel Power features
1932 Willys Transformed Into An Aviation Tanker
The early 20th century brought us many things that boomed around the same time. Though automobiles and planes were around decades before, it took time for these engineering marvels to gain popularity. Henry Ford’s production line lowered the cost of his cars, which made them more affordable for the general population. On the aviation side,
Kevin AguilarMay 20, 2019
Truck Trend features
Long-Term Test: 2018 Land Rover Discovery HSE Luxury—Third Report
It reminded us of a schoolyard fight—the two biggest kids on the playground stubbornly standing toe-to-toe, wildly pummeling each other with haymakers, neither willing to concede defeat. That was our second long-term report on our 2018 Land Rover Discovery HSE Luxury. A slew of mechanical and electrical problems left us bleeding from the proverbial nose,
Christian HazelMay 17, 2019
Truck Trend Network news
Nissan Builds Ultimate Parks Titan For National Park Foundation
Following its budget-oriented Destination Frontier build, Nissan will debut the Ultimate Parks Titan this weekend at Overland Expo West. As the third vehicle built for the company’s charity partners, the Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan is custom-built for the National Park Foundation—following the Ultimate Service Titan for the American Red Cross and the Ultimate Work Titan
Brett T. EvansMay 16, 2019
Diesel Power features
An Autocross Ready Diesel-Powered 1964 Volvo Amazon
Right now, you might be wondering why a classic European car is gracing the pages of this truck-focused magazine and who would even build a car that’s as obscure as Marc Terrien’s ’64 Volvo Amazon. Well, first, it is diesel-powered, which makes it unique. Second, Marc’s company, Heritage Driven, actually specializes in projects like this.
Kevin AguilarMay 16, 2019
Diesel Power Shows & Events
Eighth Annual Rudy’s Season Opener
On April 26-27, 2019, the Rudy’s Performance Parts Spring Truck Jam was hosted at Piedmont Dragway in Julian, North Carolina, for the eighth year in a row. The season-opening event has grown and grown over the years, and, despite having a terrible weather forecast for Friday, it drew more than 10,000 diesel-performance enthusiasts to the
Chris TobinMay 16, 2019
Truck Trend Network news
Nissan Brings Budget-Friendly Destination Frontier Concept to Overland Adventure West
Nissan says hobbies don’t have to cost a fortune, and it’s backing up that claim with the Destination Frontier concept making its debut this weekend at Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona. The Destination Frontier, which was built for less than $40,000, shows that it’s possible to get into overlanding without spending half a mint.
Brett T. EvansMay 16, 2019
Truck Trend how to
Tire Test First Impressions: Sailun Terramax HLT
We recently jumped at the opportunity to test the fairly new Sailun Terramax HLT all-season tire. To be honest, we weren’t too familiar with Sailun, but upon researching the company, we learned that they are a Canada-based company that has been producing tires since 2001. The Terramax HLT tires sold in the USA are produced
Greg P. SmithMay 15, 2019

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1969 Chevy C10- Texas LoHorn

They say everything is bigger in Texas, which meant in order to stand out Carlos Zapata needed to go bigger than anything he had ever done. Born and raised in Dallas, Carlos was part of a migrant worker family that did a lot of traveling. From picking oranges in Florida to working sugar beets in

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